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Log in. Log in through your institution. Research suggests that interracial couples have lower relationship stability compared to their same-race counterparts, but there is evidence that interracial relationships involving Whites and Asians are an exception. This study compared the pathways to relationship stability among same-race and interracial Asian-White couples. Using MANCOVA, partner empathy, social approval, relationship satisfaction, and relationship stability for same-race and interracial Asian-White couples were compared, while holding length of relationship constant.
A Structural Equation Model tested differences between groups in the effect that partner's empathic Korean male dating white female and social approval had on relationship satisfaction and stability. indicated that interracial couples had similar relationship satisfaction and stability, as well as partner empathy, and social approval, as same-race White couples. Same-race Asian couples consistently scored lowest in relational and social factors, as well as relationship outcomes.
With few exceptions, the influence of empathy in communication and social approval on relationship outcomes was similar for interracial and same-race couples. JCFS was established in to publish high quality articles based on research in comparative and cross cultural family studies. The journal promotes a better understanding of both intra- and inter-ethnic family interaction that is essential for all multicultural societies. It draws articles from social science researchers around the world and contains valuable material for Sociologists, Anthropologists, Family Counselors and Social Psychologists.
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